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Silestone is one of the leading Quartz Kitchen Worktops in today's market

Silestone is one of the leading Quartz Kitchen Worktops in today's market


Silestone is made from natural Quartz Crystals and other raw materials such as polyester resin, colour agents and antimicrobial protection to produce this hard-wearing engineered stone. It is extremely hard and resilient, these characteristics make it an ideal surface for kitchens countertops, bathrooms, flooring, and wall sliding.


It is the perfect option for kitchen and bathroom worktops over any other traditional materials such as granite and natural stone. This Countertop, in particular, presents extreme durability, especially when used in a kitchen where there is daily traffic.


Silestone in Kitchens

The kitchen is the heart of the home. It gets utilised by almost every member of the home. It is the most important place to invest in an upgrade because it is the main room when it comes to selling the home. The Kitchen is what sets the tone for the entire house.


Changing the countertops can significantly transform and set the mood in the kitchen.


The kitchen is the most functional room in the house. Therefore a Silestone Quartz worktop is the best choice, it is the most durable material. Its durability makes the material difficult to scratch or chip.


Non-Porous Surface

The greatest advantage of the Silestone is in fact it is non-porous, and stain resistant.

During the manufacturing process, an anti-microbial protection, which prevents mould and bacteria from penetrating into the surface.  



You don’t need any special product to clean you Silestone however you should avoid bleaches or chemical products.


You should use trivets to place hot objects being used as the high temperature can damage your surface.



Silestone has a shine due to the quartz crystals making it sparkle giving it a beautiful finish in many colours.

It is a man-made product the colour palette, style and finish options are huge. Silestone is available in more than 90 colours, with 3 different textures to choose from, Polish, Suede and Volcano.

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